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Dialect is a particular pattern of speaking, usually regional. True False User: If a story is told by a character in the story, from which point of view is it written?
Weegy: If a character is telling the story, it can be first person or third person limited. Second is used rarely. Generally, if the narrating character is the main character, first person works better than third. ("The beast charged me directly. [ Maryn's eyes were squinted shut; she would be no help. But I had my sword at the ready and pierced its heart with one mighty thrust.") If the narrating character is more like a supporting role, third limited can also work, such as Watson telling the reader of Holmes' activities. (First: "The beast charged Garmond directly. I closed my eyes, not wishing to see his death, but he had his sword at the ready and pierced its heart with one mighty thrust." Third: "The beast charged Garmond directly. Maryn closed her eyes, not wishing to see his death, but he had his sword at the ready and pierced its heart with one mighty thrust.") Note that Garmond, narrating in first person, could not know Maryn's reason for closing her eyes, only that they were closed. One of the flaws of many writers' first efforts are the inability to avoid 'head hopping' where the mind of characters other than the narrator is known. /question/index?qid... ] (More)
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dentify the adjective clause and the word it modifies. The tree whose branches had died had to be cut down. Adjective clause: Word modified:
Weegy: The answer is " Adjective clause: whose brances had died. Word modified: tree. " (More)
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What is the moral and political background of a character's environment called? plot characters conflict theme setting diction
Weegy: setting User: Analyze the foot of the following word. Use a dictionary if necessary. advise iambic trochaic Weegy: iambic User: Identify the following as plot or theme. A man sacrifices his job at the CIA to save a dolphin that is trained to be a live torpedo. Plot Theme User: Inferred meaning is one that is suggested rather then directly stated. True False User: Identify the following as plot or theme. A man learns that his love for a dolphin is more important to him than his career. Plot Theme Weegy: Identify the following as plot or theme. A man learns that his love for a dolphin is more important to him than his career. ANSWER: "Plot" (More)
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t Object]User: What is the dominant meter of the following lines? Is it even so? then I defy you, stars! Thou know'st my lodging: get me ink and paper, And hire post-horses; I will hence to-night. iambic dactylic anapestic spondaic
Weegy: Notice that the question asks for the *dominant* meter. Line 1 is stressed "STRONG weak STRONG weak, etc." which is spondaic. But the next two lines are "weak STRONG, etc., so they're dominantly iambic. User: To be explicit means to be clear and concise. True False User: Identify the following as plot or theme. A man learns that his love for a dolphin is more important to him than his career. Plot Theme Weegy: Identify the following as plot or theme. A man learns that his love for a dolphin is more important to him than his career. ANSWER: "Plot" (More)
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